Ancient Wisdom for Today and Tomorrow: India’s Presidency of the G20

Improving global governance
Mar 16, 2023 | Observer Research Foundation

The global order - as all countries (from Russia and China to the US and EU) agree - is under threat, but there are many competing views on what shape a new global order should take. A fresh approach is needed. India, with increasing confidence in asserting its long-standing traditions, may be well-placed to develop such an approach argues Amrita Narlikar in her article for the Observer Research Foundation. Its Presidency of the G20 in 2022-23 provides India with a timely opportunity to do so, for itself, and for the world at large.  Her essay draws on key tenets of India’s ancient wisdom and highlights five arenas where India’s Presidency could make an important and unique contribution on the global stage. />

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